Saudi Arabia has unveiled plans to create 59 logistics zones by 2030 as part of the Vision 2030 programme


Saudi Arabia is taking steps to create a powerful logistics infrastructure by 2030. The Main Department of Transport of the country has announced plans to create 59 logistics zones in the coming years.

This ambitious goal was announced during a reception in London, where Saudi Ambassador to the UK Prince Khalid bin Bandar bin Sultan Al Saud and Deputy Minister of Transport and Logistics Services Dr. Rumayh Al-Rumayh spoke about the achievements of the maritime sector.

In his speech, the Ambassador of Saudi Arabia stressed the importance of the progress of the maritime sector, noting that this demonstrates the country’s commitment to achieving the goals of Vision 2030.

Dr. Al-Rumayh further explained that the national strategy in the field of transport and logistics has set clear goals for the development of maritime navigation with the aim of entering the top ten countries in the logistics efficiency index by 2030.

In addition, the Government of Saudi Arabia is taking steps to support the marine environment and has announced plans to hold a Conference on the Sustainable Development of the marine industry in September 2023.

In general, the attention of the Government of Saudi Arabia to the logistics infrastructure and the maritime sector indicates its commitment to the development of a strong and sustainable economy.